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francisco. 61 in oakland. later on today, 64 in concord. 63 in fremont. 66 for san jose. i will have your weekend forecast and if there's any changes inside. i will talk about that coming up. and now let's check and with gianna. and is it still friday light out there. yeah, you will not be heartbroken about this traffic. friday light on the richmond/san rafael bridge. here's a a live look right now and you can see things are pretty quiet. a few more cars on the roadways. as things get busier for the morning commute overall. but definitely friday light. it is a getaway friday. so? >> traffic conditions to be busier this afternoon. right now, the bay bridge, very quiet. no metering lights at aung. emeryville heading into san francisco, san mateo bridge, so far, so good, we are seeing some slight delays here but just because there's a few more cars on the road way. 60 minutes now is your drive time to travel between hayward 880 over towards 101. the rest of our bridges are in the green with no delays. and if you're coming in out of
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marin county, southbound to the golden gate bridge, that will take you 20 minutes. i'm anne makovec at the live news desk. were keeping an eye on parkland, florida, this morning, which is marking two years since the tragic shooting at marjory stoneman douglas high school. a gunman killed 17 people there. students and teachers, 17 were injured. so today, really will be a date marked with conversations around the nation about gun control, gun rights, and school security in parkland today, the community marking the tragedy with a series of events at a nearby park including a moment of silence at 11:21 our time. in the meantime, the trial for the shooter is set to begin this hour. the search is on for the suspect accused of robbing a popular bay area pizza joint. it happened in broad daylight yesterday. at san francisco's nobhill pizza restaurant on california street. you can see the suspect walked in and while employees were busy in the back of, he reaches over the register and casually pulled out the cash. moments later, he takes off. once staff catches wind, the
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store owner believes he is no may have been stolen. if you recognize the suspect, call please. them men accused mary wilson was thrown out of his trial again. suspect john lee cowell lasted about 15 minutes on the witness stand yesterday, yelling for hamady's before he was escorted out. showing the jurors his mental state. but wilson's family and friends believe that the outburst was all an act. >> he kept saying, last time, you said i'm not found guilty. so what do you want me to say now? he just started, like, getting really hyper and hyper and hyper. >> i believe he has been coached. >> is this just an act to me. he is showing signs of manipulation. >> cowell will not be taking the witness stand again. he has pleaded not guilty by reason of insanity.
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b.a.r.t. police have arrested a man wanted for violently attacking a passenger. police say this man captured on surveillance cameras got into an argument with another man today before punching the victim and hitting him with a chain picture the after the attack, the suspect took off after the lake merritt station. police have not released his name. new details on the horrific hit and run in san francisco. we noto the name of the suspect a driver. police say that 62-year-old stephen kern hit a man and pinned him against the side of a muni bus. they say that he drove onto the sidewalk and struck two more people as they got off that bus. two victims remain in critical condition this morning. police now say that they do not believe that drugs or alcohol were factors in the crash. [ cheers and applause ] a newly 15 year fight for freedom is now over. ricky davis walked out of the el dorado county gel a free meant yesterday after new genealogy dna evidence exonerated him in the 1985 killing of jane helton and el
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dorado hills. we're told davis will be entitled for compensation through the state, $51,000 for every year he has been behind bars. that same evidence led investigators to a new suspect. 51-year-old michael green was arrested in roseville earlier this week. an update out of alameda county. prosecutors say that they will not charge four housing activists who were evicted last month from west oakland home where they were squatting. an attorney for the group moms 4 housing calls it the right result. properties had planned to renovate the home and then sell it. but through a deal brokered by the mayor's office, it will be sold to the oakland community land trust, which converts properties to affordable housing. let me stop plus for valentines gifts. >> the san francisco flower mart has you covered. and that is where kpix 5's jackie ward is this morning surrounded by all those lovely flowers. i'm sure it smells so good in
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there. >> it is the best. you know, san francisco does not always smell so great. this place always smells great. these lilies are locally grown from the pacific northwest. but there are flowers from all over the world and the wholesalers have been here since about 1:00 this morning. they see it is one of the busiest days of the year for them. of course, it also kicks off their busy season. they say this is kind of one wedding start, mother's day, graduations. aside from your typical roses and baby's breath, which of course are always popular, one. okay of those will go for about $45 this year. flowers like these, which i don't know the name of, are kind of driving the new trends of the industry because of millennials. yeah, not all that bad. we like pretty flowers, too. and these flowers are brightly colored. they are textured. let's think about it. millennials post everything is!. it is all about the graham. these sorts of flowers, some cacti type thing, obviously, i'm not a floral expert.
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they are different and still all your traditional flowers. beautiful colors. really pretty much anything down here at the san francisco flower mart, which is still located at sixth and brenda, by the way, in soma because there has been some debate about when they will move. that won't happen for a little while at an undisclosed location right now. so guys, i'm taking orders. i accept venmo. let me know what you need. >> it is like, i'm not a millennial. but i like the idea of a different flower, too. calla lilies are my favorite. if you get me that, i'm happy. >> what are you going to go for jackie? >> reporter: i really love hydrangea, i love daisy >> i always get my own flower. a here because i told my wife, do not spend money on me. i cottage. i got a connection. i will go to the wholesalers,
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where they give great deals. >> that is going to look beautiful no matter what. thank you. we are able to detect that, even when the person does not know that they have it. >> technology saving lives. coming up on kpix 5 and streaming on cbsn bay area, that santa clara study shaping medical care for the future. plus, present the pentagon to make military training safer. why a family is demanding change, next. happy friday to you. we are starting off the day with those clouds and that indicates that onshore flow. here's a live look with our cells first tower camera. you can kind of see sutro tower there with those clouds. we will talk about your weekend forecast and holiday forecast coming up. ♪
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♪ the wait is over. try my new tiny tacos. 15 for 3 bucks or loaded for 4 bucks. delivered exclusively with uber eats. good friday morning to to you. we are starting off with those clouds, indicating the onshore flow. those clouds. we will talk about those weekend forecasts, if there are any
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changes. i will have details in my next full forecast in just a few minutes. take a look at your friday morning commute so far. it is a pretty easy one, especially on our bay area bridges. here's a look at our drive times. if you plan on traveling out of marin county, over towards the golden gate bridge, that is about a 25 minute drive time. nine minutes from the maze over to the city. san mateo bridge, 60 minute ride from 880 over towards 101. a seven-minute ride if you're traveling on the richmond/san rafael bridge. it is hard month and technology and medicine are changing how our health is studied. >> stanford teamed up with apple and more than 400,000 participants to learn more about the hard and detecting irregular heartbeats. >> kpix 5's jackie ward explains how researchers and tech engineers are advancing medical care together. >> reporter: researchers at stanford university school of
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medicine or calling it revolutionary. in the not-too-distant past, clinical study participants may have had to go to a facility multiple times to check in periodically with the study coordinator, and interrupt their day-to-day lives frequently. getting of medicine says not anymore. >> this study absolutely the best is entirely virtual study. it is done entirely through interactions enabled by media, digital media. >> reporter: 418,000 people from across the country who already own apple apple watch series 1 or later downloaded an app, digitally signed a consent form, and allowed an app to consulate one in the back when. they would only be alerted by the app if the watch detected an a regular heartbeat. helping oversee a team of 50 researchers. >> one of the offending things is weber uncovering new ground. the challenge is that we did not have a lot to go on. we could refer to the designer
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study. a lot of this, we really were just sort of groundbreaking. >> reporter: part of what they sought to find it was the accuracy of this technology. >> it was 0.5%, about 2000 participants had an irregular pulse detected. >> reporter: that number also cast aside fears of possible faults notifications. they would be prompted to take out their phone and connect life with a study doctor. of those people, 34% turned out to have atrial fibrillation. and from first detection of irregular pulse to diagnosis, it only took two weeks. >> there are a lot of people out there who have an a regular heartbeat and just have not -- so these technologies are able to detect that. even when the person does not know that they have it. >> reporter: is just the beginning of what researchers
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believe is a radical transformation of how medical studies are done. those at stanford medicine believe each industry is helping the other in figuring out which best suits our medical needs now and in the future. >> more and more clinical research is going to be done in that way. our ability then to get information from a large number of people will be expanded because we don't have all these barriers to participation in the studies. >> reporter: in palo alto, diane king hall, kpix 5. >> stanford researchers say patient privacy remains a priority as these studies become more parked comment. only information that was absolutely pertinent to the study was should be each participant signed a consent form. good this morning, california supreme court has ruled that workers from apple must be paid for time they spend undergoing searches of their bags and iphones. evidence showed the mandatory searches including time waiting for a supervisor typically take
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5 to 20 minutes and sometimes as long as 45 minutes. good this morning, congress is present the pentagon to make military training safer. between 2006 and 2018, while the wars in iraq and afghanistan were ongoing, service members were still twice as likely to be killed in train accidents there die in combat. cbs's chip reid is in washington, dc, to show us how lawmakers are seeking answers. good morning. well, good morning. they government investigation is now underway into military training tests, specifically those caused by vehicle rollovers. the investigation was lodged after a high-profile series of accidents in 2019. one family whose son was killed is pushing for action. marine core lieutenant was killed during a training exercise when the armored vehicle he was riding in rolled over and fell. he was just 24 years old. in october, after intense pressure from families, including mcdowell's loved ones, the government
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accountability office initiated a wide-ranging study of safety standards during training in both the army and the marines. the focus on vehicle rollovers. we spoke with mcdowell's parents who are turning their pain into a mission to improve military training procedures and vehicles. head on "cbs this morning," how they are fighting in konnor's name. all right, chip, we will be watching at 7:00. thanks so much. congresswoman jackie speier is making sure that no veteran feels left behind on this valentine's day. she is heading to the san francisco va medical center to deliver more than 7000 valentine's day cards created by students of all ages. spirit is personally delivering the cards this morning at 10:00. that is great. well, it is 6:16 right now. any love out there on the roads? friday is not looking good. which what is it?
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>> i got lots of left for the freeways this morning. and you're not going to be heartbroken about this. you're drive looking pretty good but the only thing we have is man transit. train number three giving some mechanical issues in stockton. 17, though, are on time. so plan for that. other than that, if you take the b.a.r.t., muni, everything is on time. the freeways, though, looking at all the screen. nois next.otis going to e. be that trouble spot along the altamont pass. i will show you that in just a second. closer view here, you can see you are clocking in some really nice speeds. there's some activity at delaware. it is not causing any delays, though. 31 minutes to 680. eastshore freeway clear. again, 101 to sfo, that is only
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38 minutes. our slowest spot is that drive out of tracy into the altamont pass:things pick up nicely, all the way to towards the dublin interchange with no delays in both directions. so good news there as well. got to love good news. thanks, gianna. well, we are starting off the day on this valentine's day with those clouds indicating that onshore flow. here's a live look at our salesforce tower camera. the east bay, and our temperatures are running in the mid to upper 40s to low 50s with those clouds. so concord, you're coming in at 30. 47 in livermore. 46 for santa rosa. 24 hour temperature change and we are warmer compared to yesterday. anywhere from 1 to 9 degrees warmer. compared to yesterday. no, as we head through today, seasonal afternoon highs, upper
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50s for the coast. was a cloudy. for the bay, partly sunny and catching a little bit of sunshine as we go through the day. so upper 50s to the 60s for the bay. and mid-60s in there with little bit more sunshine in inland. so that low pressure system to our north, ushering in that onshore flow for us. and as we go hour by hour on futurecast, we can see the skies clearing as we head through our afternoon. for tomorrow, little bit more sunshine in and a little warmer for your saturday. changes on sunday. it will be cooler, cloudier as well for sunday. and the winds are going to start to kicked up sunday into monday. our sunrisers 7:00 a.m. daytime highs, let's take you out to the south bay. 66 and campbell, also for san jose, afternoon, 67. morgan hill. for the east bay, concord, you will see a high of 64. hill and for dublin, livermore, 65 this afternoon. upper 50s, san francisco, sausalito, berkeley, san leandro, topping out at 59. 61 in oakland. and mid-60s for santa rosa. 67 for cloverdale. winds are coming in at 66.
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this afternoon, so here is that extended forecast. a little warmer, a little more sunshine in saturday. crew there cloudier on sunday. therwas a see ybe a sprinkles for the north bay. no, not really the case. so were going to stay dry bit breezy sunday into monday. and you can see plenty of sunshine as we look ahead to next week. we definitely need the rain. it is not look like any big brother systems unfortunately, coming anytime soon. back to you. 6:20 now. still ahead on kpix 5 and streaming on cbsn bay area, one group is helping a bay area beach will also feel the love this valentine's day.
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good morning. it is a big travel week. a lot of kids have ski week. we will see a lot of people out there. >> if you're heading to tahoe, bring us with you. bring the snacks, it will be fun. here's a live look at conditions right now on 80. of course, the roadways will be very busy. we want to get you there safely and pretty much the best times to leave. no chain requirements. but again, if you want to leave early, do so between 11:00 and 1:00 today. and 7:00 will be your best bet. this is the travel times, 6:30. try to avoid that and if you're heading home on monday afternoon, that will be when they are as well. solms early. all right, well, it is going to be a a full weekend. looking at partly sunny skies. low 50., the on sunday.
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and there's a slight chance to see a little bit of rain at snow if you do see some snow, just a couple of inches of snow. mid-40s. a bit breezy in colder on monday. have a great time at of there. and might want to do head out ocean beach in san francisco. this morning, volunteers will gather to clean up the place. the turtle island restoration network is holding this cleanup day. the bot is scheduled to begin this morning at 7:00. it is 6:25. the bay area's newest major transit system already at across was. coming up in and our next half hour, the decision voters will face on funding smart. and let's take another look outside his time at the bay bridge toll plaza. as soon as i started talking about
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>> announcer: live from the cbs bay area studios, this is kpix 5 news. right now and streaming on cbsn bay area, presidential hopefuls spreading out to the west coast. this morning, how they hope to win over voters right here in the bay area. and the message to president trump from the u.s. attorney general. stay off of twitter, white william barr are saying that the tweets are making his job harder. good morning. it is friday, february 14th. i'm kenny choi. >> and i'm gianna franco. let's check in with mary lee
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on this valentine's day, showing some love for the weather. good morning, michelle and kenny and sending you love as you head out the door . looking at morning clouds as we start off the day with cool temperatures. as we head through the afternoon, we will catch some clearing and seasonal daytime highs. so as we head through our afternoon check it out. 59 in san francisco. 61 in oakland. 63 in fremont. 63 for mountain view. 66 for a high in san jose. i will have your holiday weekend forecast coming up. gianna? well, things just got a little busier on the roadways. we have reports of an accident involving five vehicles. it is not blocking lanes. it is not reported with any injuries. chp heading out to the scene. we will get more information on that. looking at our maps here, we are starting to see a bit of a backup there, at least two 92 and it stays slow. everything clear into fremont. 24 minute drive times, south bend 880 over towards 237,
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other than that, bay bridge, no delays out of the east bay into the city. i'm anne makovec at the live news desk. taking a live look at at munich, germany, where a security conference is going on at nancy pelosi, house speaker just wrapped up her speech. the meeting is suppos headline the first state of international security and peace. they are talking questions about nato alliances. defense when it comes to international threats and climate change. so also in attendance, we have u.s. secretary of state, facebook founder mark zuckerberg park presidential candidates are trying to win your vote. pete buttigieg is expected to be in san francisco today for a fundraiser. buttigieg says he is focused on the garden state. >> this is our opportunity, our only chance to defeat donald tr
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>> meanwhile, over in the east bay, where michael bloomberg's campaign office open last night in pleasant hill. this time around, california's primary election is much earlier to march 3rd. it is an effort to to get the state to have more influence on the general election. we asked bay area voters if they think this will give them, a boost to defeat president trump. >> in contra costa county, we have seen an increased in republican registration. fundraising skyrocketed as well. so i think the people are going to be pretty surprised. >> can he beat trump? >> i think he can. in a heartbeat. >> the president is also heading to california. the desert sun newspaper reports that orval c ceo larry nelson is hosting the president at his coachella valley estate. for complete coverage of the california primary including a. don't of some high-profile bay to our website, kpix.com. over developing news, it is battle in sonoma and marin
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county. whether to extend a sales tax to keep fighting the s.m.a.r.t. train system. measure "i" would extend the area rail transit district existing sales tax. the tax is currently set to run through the year 2029. measure "i" would extend that tax to 2059. opponents contend the rail system has done little to help the environment or use traffic problems. supporters say that 2-year-old system is just getting started and ridership is on the rise. >> it extends. when you look at every public transit system in the world, there is never an understanding that after 20 years, this was just going to end. >> the people have calculated that it takes a public subsidy of about one dollar for a round- trip. >> measure "i" would be two thirds majority approval among voters in sonoma and marin county. president trump is getting some criticism from an unlikely
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source, his attorney general, william barr, giving an interview to abc news and criticized the president for taking to twitter to post about the justice department cases recently. barr said that those turner postings make it impossible for him to do his job. the president ridley criticized a recommend put in sends for his longtime adviser, roger stone, and the department of justice would act off that recommendation. four prosecutors resigned in protest. the president responded to barb, saying, in a tweet, this does not mean that i don't have as president the legal right to do so. i do but i have so far chosen not to. today, marks two years since the mass shooting at
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marjory stoneman douglas high school in parkland, florida. 17 people were killed, 14 students and three staff members when a gunman stormed the campus. the shooter, nikolas cruz, was 19 at the time. he confessed to the killing and faces the death penalty if convicted. florida's governor has ordered all flex to be flying at half- staff today in remembrance of the victims. new video out of japan this morning as passengers plan to decent bark a cruise ship that has been under coronavirus quarantine for 10 days now. the passengers and crew, 219 cases of the virus have now been confirmed. japan's governor is reaching for passengers to be taken to government facilities. here are the latest numbers from the coronavirus. nearly 1400 people have died because of the virus. chinese officials reported that he diagnose more than 15,000 new cases. worldwide, there are now more than 64,000 confirmed cases. the u.s. is also reporting its 15th gates, a person who evacuated from wuhan, china, to a military base in texas. 600 people are still in
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quarantine at military bases. this morning, we have learned that the coronavirus is also affecting the lobster industry. lobster exports are way down because of the virus. china is not buying as much because of a slowdown on imports. the lobsters are not retailing for $16-$19 a pound. stay with kpix 5 for the very latest development of the coronavirus. for the wide-ranging impact on the silicon valley, head to our website, kpix 5. jurisdiction in a federal trial against agricultural giant monsanto is set to start. wednesday, judge heard arguments on whether or not the company will face a fourth liability case over its roundup product. a petaluma woman alleges monsanto pesticides gave her cancer. the company has lost similar cases in the past. it was recently ordered to pay $2 billion to 8 livermore couple and millions in damages
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santa rosa. some san jose residents are upset after learning that they have meant taking contaminated water went to go and were not notified until now. people in the neighborhood received letters from the san jose water company warning that some wells providing drinking water tested positive for high levels of a type of sulfonic acid known as pfos. neighbors no wonder why it took more than three months to notify the public. >> i'm concerned. i think a lot of us drink bottled water, but we like the option of turning on our taps. >> we discovered an issue. we fixed it right away. >> san jose water officials say that the wells were shut off immediately. residence were not notified as quickly. the source of termination is still a mystery. a lot of california ta law when it comes to recycling
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bottles and cans. >> anyone who pays a deposit for bottles and cans in california. is supposed to get the money back. as more and more recycling centers are closing, retailers who sell items in those containers are supposed to give customers recycling refund. but a lot of retail employees don't know about that. >> no one in the store knew anything. we don't do that. that was the answer i got. >> 300 replanted recycling kiosks shut down last year. the parking lots of supermarkets across the state. if there is nowhere to recycle within a half mile radius of a retailer, that retailer has to take that and we found the customers money. retailers do have the option of paying the state 100 dollars a day fee to opt out. >> tried to look at 20 randomly selective retailers. arizona employees at some of those stores had to say. >> we don't do recycling. >> reporter: but you do, because there's a sign that says to go to the replanted, but they are close. they have been closed for months. what do you guys do with them? >> we throw those in the temperature. >> reporter: are you serious? >> i wish i wasn't.
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i have no way of returning them to anyone. >> in december, calrecycle find the store $3.6 million for not doing it. a worker at another store believes that the system is broken. >> i think the system itself has failed the people of the state of california. it is nothing more than a tax. >> reporter: in a statement, the california grocers association, said grocers are trying to do our best in a situation that was not designed for retailers and food to also become can and bottle recyclables. business is blooming here inside the san francisco flower mart. for valentine's day, of course. we will show you the amazing variety. and before we go to break, the stock market just opened up about nine minutes ago, as we take
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welcome back. it is 6:40 to. checking the roadways, trouble on the nimitz freeway. give yourself a few extra minutes. we got a crash. it is over to the right shoulder. five vehicles involved. back up to 92, south of there, lookout for an accident right at the landing. time for a look at but is coming up later on "cbs this morning." tony dokoupil joins us now from new york. good morning. hey, good morning, michelle, head on "cbs this morning," democratic presidential hopeful bernie sanders join us. he talks about how he plans to broaden his support after his win in new hampshire. plus, only on "cbs this morning," we speed with an el dorado hills man on his very first day of freedom. it turns out he did not commit the murder. are american winters series taking you inside a life-size ice castle. it is cold, but it is catching on.
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there are five of those around the country now. >> that looks so cool. now i'm going to have those frozen songs stuck in my head. >> i know them all. i have a 7-year-old girl. >> we we'll see you at 7:00. 6:44. tesla is selling more than $2 billion worth of additional cells. >> kcbs radio financial reporter jason brooks has this story much more. good morning. i'm going to try to keep that song out of my head, thank you for that. as far as tesla goes, $2 billion worth of stock being sold. priced at $760 a sure. that is a 5% discount. the move was a bit of a surprise to wall street. tesla is working from a straight in its position. stock has doubled since the start of the year.
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borrowing money and selling stock at this price tends to be cheap for a company like tesla. they are going to use that money to strengthen its balance sheet. consumers about coaches with their spending the start at 2020. retail sales, a little stronger than in december. however, have that can went to home improvement stores due to unusual weather. just about every other retail sector was down in january. stock market pretty flat heading into the holiday weekend. the market closed monday for presidents' day. dow dropping 13 points. mastec, though, up nine points. strong earnings for silicon valley companies in the tech sector. >> it sorry about getting those songs in your head. you know, it happens. it is friday. have a great day. well, it in the past hour, the san francisco flower mart
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has been blooming as people do their last-minute valentine's day shopping. >> kpix 5's jackie ward joins us live. any word on the most popular buy so far? is it still roses on valentine's day? >> reporter: it kindof. yes and no. funny you should as the because i've got an expert to answer those very tips of questions. john is a florist wholesaler here. thanks for being with us. of italy, roses are still popular. you have the section of them on hand. but you are seeing a different trend this year, right? >> a trend that has been happening over the last few where people are switching it up . roses are standard. they will always sell. we sell out of them. they are the most popular. full mix of flowers across the country and around the world now. we tend to sell a lot of different items. >> reporter: not just your red roses or baby breath. tell us what you have here. >> a few things in here just to show them. from around the world. sweet peas from japan.
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they grow, they specialize in growing these. they last longer than some of the local once we get. over here, kind of italian, anemones. we got a tulip from holland. had to get a holland tulip. this is locally grown. we have a double peled daisy. >> how hard is it to get locally grown flowers this time of year? >> so anything grown right now is going to be indoor and greenhouses. you can get them down in southern california. growers want to do business, so they
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tried to plant stuff and grow stuff for this time of year. >> how has business been? i know this is just the start of your business season. >> we get our busiest season in february. business has been good. >> reporter: good. >> on the soul. >> reporter: sean actually slept in this morning. he was here at 3:00 this morning. back on sunday night. his monday morning, he was here at 10:45. so guys, it has been a really long week, all of these people here are really looking forward to a relaxing weekend. >> yeah, that would be great. they have a lot of flowers to take him, too. all right, jackie, thanks so much. romantic sparks aren't the only sparks on valentine's day. the coding on these mylar lands are a conductor for the tuesday. a fire can sport. pg&e says these metallic
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balloons cause 376 power outages in 2019. so hold on tight to those found transplants today. >> that is good information. >> that could be a downer. let's talk traffic and weather. traffic first. what is going on? let's talk traffic. >> lots of good news to show you here. not a lot going on, which is good news. reports of an accident. it does not look like it is causing any delays. no metering lights. so enjoy your friday drive. it is a good one out of the east bay as you head over to san francisco. i want to take you to 880. we see a couple of trouble spots. five car crash there over to the right shoulder. just to that 92/880 connector there. you are doing okay until you
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reach the landing. that is where we have reports of an accident. it looks like traffic is a bit backed up in that area. so new plan for that. your drive time, 27 minutes. south 880 over towards 237. you can give yourself some time there. once you're past those trouble spots, it is,. it was, especially north of there, here's a live look near the coliseum. easy ride in both attractions along 880 there. back in the green on 580. so a good time to be commuting from 25 to 680. that altamont pass ride, not too shabby. eastshore freeway, a great ride all morning long. 17 minutes drive time as you head to maze. highway 4 itself, we have not had any delays this morning. and northbound 101 one out of the south bay, 46 minutes from san jose over towards sfo. it looks like little bit of a backup at the richmond/san rafael bridge. all right, happy day of love
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to you. sending you love as you head out the door for work and school. here's a live look with our salesforce tower camera. and the east bay, with those clouds. and that indicates that onshore flow. still kicking in for us. so our temps are in the mid to upper 40s to low 50s at this hour. concord, you are at 49. open, 50. as well as for san jose, 47 in livermore. downtown san francisco, also at 49 with concord this morning. san jose at 50 and santa rosa, 46. so far temperature change, 24 hour temperature change compared to yesterday morning. anywhere from 1 to 9 degrees warmer than yesterday at this time so here's what you can expect. we are looking at cloudy skies cool temps this morning. as we head through the afternoon, we will catch some clearing in the afternoon with a little bit of sunshine. seasonal daytime highs. and th the holiday weekend. maybe a few more clouds on
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sunday and breezy. but that is it. we definitely need a big winter storm. it is not look like a -- it has been an incredibly dry february for us. so there's that low pressure system ushery in that marine influence and then onshore flow for us. as we head through today, you can see the skies clearing a bit as we go through our afternoon. tomorrow, a little bit more sunshine also temps a little bit warmer for saturday but then cooler on sunday. cloudier as well. and we will see those breezy conditions. for the south bay we go. 66 in san jose. good morning to you. looking at the daytime high of 65 in santa clara. 66 in campbell. morgan hill coming in at 67. later on today. for the east bay, concord, hill, 65 in livermore. san francisco, topping out at 59. also for the valley, sausalito, berkeley. as well as for richmond, 59 for alameda and san leandro. topping out at 67 in cloverdale.
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presidents' day, monday, plenty of sunshine, breezy, those seasonal highs. and there we go with that seven- day forecast. so again, a little bit warmer and sunnier for tomorrow. cooler, cloudier, breezy on sunday. breezy on monday. for presidents' day. but dry with sunshine into next week. thank you. it is 6:52. eight suspected robber caught red-handed. coming up on kpix 5 and streaming on cbsn bay area, the loved bay area pizza joint held up in broad growing up in la, bad air forced us indoors.
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it is 6:56. time for a look at the top stories. a beloved bay area pizzeria robbed in daylight. it happened on california street. take a look at. surveillance footage catching the thief red-handed. the owner says that some of his
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income was used to help feed the homeless. there's no word yet on how much cash was stolen and taken. police have arrested a suspect wanted for an attack in oakland. police say that the man got into an argument with he man before punching the victim and hitting him with aging. a california man who spent nearly 15 years in prison for the 1985 murder of a newspaper columnist has been exonerated. he walked out of the el dorado county jail after new genealogy dna evidence cleared him of a crime. it led investigators to a new suspect. democratic presidential candidate pete buttigieg is in the bay area for private fundraisers today in san francisco and palo alto. the primary election in california is on march 3rd. taking a live look from the san francisco flower market, the heart of someone, where it has been blooming since about 1:00 this morning as wholesalers prep things for those last-minute shoppers. you can find a lot of flowers from all over the area. and taking a look at the roadways right now. are getting reports of an accident, was found 37.
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your drive time now is 39 minutes from eight over towards 101. we are starting to see some delays on that westbound side of 37. we got a crash southbound. still in effect there. it is over to the right shou. some brake lights as you work your way just south of fremont into newark. we got a crash south 880 right at dixon landing road. that number two lane from the left is blocked. possible injuries that accident. your drive times aed from that mays down to 30 minutes. another 30 minutes if you're heading to 237. all right, gianna, well happy day of love on this valentine's day. and just know, we love you. thanks for waking up with us. we are starting off the day with cloudy skies an temps. as we head through the afternoon. clearing and seasonal daytime
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highs so specific locations san francisco topping out at 59 today. 64 for concord. 66 in san jose. and 65 for san jose. a little bit warmer, a little bit more sunshine for your saturday. cooler, i'm clouds on sunday. and also breezy. sunday into presidents' day. but you can see plenty of sunshine as we look ahead to next week. kenny? american thank you. now let's check in with michelle in our new cbsn bay area newsroom. michelle, what are you following for us this morning? well, kenny, we got a lot going on this morning, including taking a stand on climate change. how some bay area investors are doing their part. i will be sitting down with the member of one local firm. plus, a life-changing trip. how this jefferson award winner turned one vacation into a mission to help thousands. you don't want to miss this story. if you're about to head out the door right now,julog onix.com a area. you can watch those stories and much more throughout the day on juelple devices and platforms. e yoes, michelle >> it cookies.
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